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Vision Care Technology

Coming fall 2022 to Diamond Oaks!

Three out of four people in the U.S. wear glasses or contacts to correct their vision, according to the Vision Impact Institute. The World Health Organization calls vision health a global priority.

You can be part of the solution!  Learn about common reasons why people typically wear glasses or contacts (refractive errors) and common eye disorders (abnormal anatomical conditions requiring medical or surgical treatment); how to test for visual acuity, depth perception, and color blindness; proper use of optical instruments for prescription analysis and fitting technologies for glasses and contact lenses; and proper use of diagnostic testing and ophthalmic imaging devices.

Work with the latest eye care equipment and prepare for a career in an optical lab or optical shop, or as a technician in an optometrist or ophthalmologist’s office.


(Note: This is a high school program. For options for adults, click here.)

Essential Skills

SOphomores:  apply now for fall 2022!


  • Anatomy and physiology of the eye
  • Refractive errors and types of correction
  • Basic ocular conditions
  • Common medical and surgical treatments
  • Use of ophthalmic diagnostic and imaging equipment
  • Fundamental skills for a visual assessments
  • Ethics and scope of practice
  • Medical terminology and abbreviations

This program is brand-new at Great Oaks!  Here’s a look at a similar program at Medina County Career Center:


Diamond Oaks

Career Pathways

  • Optometric assistant

  • Ophthalmic assistant

  • Ophthalmic scribe

  • Optical laboratory technician

  • Optical sales representative

  • Optometrist

  • Ophthalmologist

    Work with a licensed optician for two years and you can be eligible to sit for the National Optician Competency Examination (NOCE) and the Contact Lens Registry Examination (CLRE)


    Work in an ophthalmologist’s office for six months and be eligible to sit for the Ophthalmic Scribe Certification (OSC) examination.


  • First Aid/CPR/AED
  • OSHA 10-Hour


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